Hooray! I made a new ID! This will also be my new icon, so I can get rid of that Christmas one. I think I discovered a new way to do eyes, and I quite like it. I think I'll use it from now on.
woah crazy! Thats my oc's name
XD lol it's such a cool name! For me, it started when I decided to go by Foxpaw after I saw a kit that was like Badgerpaw or something and thought through that ligic, Foxpaw should work. I was excited to find that the Erins made a Foxkit in Thunderclan, but I was kinda disappointed with his warrior name. I decided to take the suffix from Lionblaze to make it cool, and that's how I decided upon Foxblaze ^^
wow, I got the name for my oc because I love foxes and I just wanted a fun secound part for it
Your an amazing artist,I'm impressed. This might be silly to ask,but does GIMP erase the erase marks or not?
^^ thank you! Umm.. I'm sorry, I don't understand, what do you mean by erase the erase marks?
You know when sometimes you try to erase something but no matter how hard you try you just can't,its still there?
Oh I think I know what you're talking about. It shouldn't do that unless your computer is slow and there's lag, but if you use a tablet you need to be careful because it has pressure sensitivity set as the default, so every time you open it you neet to click brush dynamics and uncheck the sensitivity box if you don't want it.
No,I don't mean that. I'm not sure how to explain it,but try to anyway. Say if I tried(not sure if spelled that right)erase something on the paper But I couldn't(like If I have trouble drawing the arms or something) is there a way to prevent those lines that were supposed to be completely erased from being shown? Hopefully I explained that well enough...
Oh, ok I get it. Well, I guess it depends on your scanner, because if it's good quality then you will see the unerased line, but if it's not good quality then you might not see it, depending on how visible the line is. The only thing I can suggest is if you're drawing a picture on paper, just draw the lineart, then do the coloring in GIMP so you can cover up any mistakes. I would highly recommend getting a tablet and just doing digital drawings, because it's so much easier. If money is an issue, then try practicing drawing lightly, or even getting a black pen to outline the finished copy and erase all the pencil after. That's what I used to do when I did paper drawings.